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Bra » Fortnight » Mira Longline (517-11) » 30DD » Bras » Owner


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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band71.1
Band Length50.8
Stretch ratio1.4
Bust perimeter0.0
Cup width14.7
Cup depth20.3
Depth ratio1.4
Cup height16.5
Cup separation0.3
Gore height8.9
Wing height11.4
Strap width1.3
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This is such a fabulous bralette! It is very high quality, and fits me very well. The band is very supportive compared to other bralettes out there. It runs tight for a 30, but is slightly too large for me as a person who prefers to wear 26 bands. However, this is not an issue since I only wear bralettes to sleep or for lounging around the house.
The elastic does cut in slightly on my larger breast, mostly due to my tall shallow roots, but I don't think the cups are too small. Perhaps I can try this in a 30E someday and compare the fit. It gives a very natural shape, and the cups are stretchy to accommodate asymmetry.
The fabric of this bra is extremely soft. It was designed to look beautiful and be comfortable at the same time.
The size range for Fortnight bralettes are pretty good too compared to SML from other companies. The only thing I do not like is the price point, but this is made in Toronto, which I have heard is a very expensive place to live. I'm lucky I was able to get this in a swap.
Overall, this is a great bralette to consider, especially if you are tired of SML bralettes that have tiny cups and huge bands.

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  • 1

    I wonder if that bra is the Watson pattern?

    It's so pretty!

  • 1

    It does look like it's based off that pattern!!

  • 1

    I'm not sure which came out first but I think they just similar looking by coincidence. Fortnight is actually a Canadian Company that's made in Canada, which is pretty cool!

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